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"Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat."

- Greg Glassman in World Class Fitness in 100 Words

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Nutrition 101 Course

Arm yourself with nutrition knowledge! In this free course you'll learn all about calories, proteins, carbs, and fats. We'll also cover important hormones involved in energy metabolism, weight gain/loss, building muscle, sleep, and performance.

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WE RECOMMEND BASING YOUR DIET ON REAL FOOD: MEAT, FAT, SEASONAL FRUITS & VEGGIES, NUTS, AND SEEDS. MANY HAVE OBSERVED THAT KEEPING YOUR GROCERY CART TO THE PERIMETER OF THE STORE WHILE AVOIDING THE AISLES IS A GREAT WAY TO PROTECT YOUR HEALTH. FOOD IS PERISHIBLE. THE STUFF WITH A LONG SHELF LIFE IS ALL SUSPECT. 

A collection of books to get you started mastering the art of nutrition

Check out this incredibly informative series of lectures from the CrossFit Health Foundation and nutrition-related episodes of our BRIO in the Box Podcast

GET OFF THE CARBS, GET ADEQUATE PROTEIN, ENJOY FATS, AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS. YOU’LL COME OUT BETTER.

Recommended Reading

RECOMMENDED READING

Change Your Diet Change Your Mind
The Clot Thickens
Hungry Brain
Brain Energy
Ultra Processed People
Good Calories, Bad Calories
Deep Nutrition
The Vegetarian Myth
The Dorito Effect
The Salt Fix
Fat and Cholesterol Don't Cause Heart Attacks
The Fatburn Fix
The Great Cholesterol Con
Why We Get Fat
Pure, White, and Deadly
The Case Against Sugar
Fat Chance
The Omnivore's Dilemma

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